posted on Jul, 17 2008 @ 10:58 AM
Originally posted by Essan
Originally posted by davidifty
I dont think I have seen a thread on this, but they (crop circles) always seem to pop up in Wiltshire UK.
Stonehenge is in Amesbury/Wiltshire.....can anyone explain the significance?
The whole point of circles is that they can be seen - so they're best produced in crop fields at the foot of an escarpment or relatively high hill -
which is just what you get in Wiltshire (and which is why you don't get circles in the grain fields of East Anglia, where they'd not been readily
seen). How many graffiti artists spray their 'tags' in spots none of their rivals will see?
The fact there are many stone circles etc around that area just adds to the 'otherworldly spookiness' of it all.
this goes into another bizzare and completely outstanding point...
many crop glyphs will be made on hills with a slant of a significant angle.
also, with many differences in area over the entire area.
yet when viewed from above, are completely symmetrical and geometrically refined.
we can make a "lets argue over the "authenticity" (whatever that means) .. of crop glyphs" thread..
so that we can bicker and demand that people convince us with concrete proof that would not only serve towards your confident and scrupulously
skeptical mind, unable to deduct from facts,..
yet provide a revolution for the world..
the "yin yang" .. "in quotations" that i used.. wasn't necessarily to denote the exact "yin-yang" symbol of eastern tradition.
i was just using "yin yang" in quotes to kind of describe what the pattern in the sun looked like .. in order to point out what i was talking
there are stories of a "great serpent" coming from the sun cyclically in human history..
could this "great serpent" be a massive series of solar flares that occur at this date?
akin to an ionic discharge... ie: lightning.. but from a buildup between the sun and it's planets..
zap .. crackle....